Mark Reynolds has seen limited action with the Nats since leaving the Rockies after last season but the Rockies could look to bring him back for some bench help. In 47 games with the Nats (126 ABs), he has 10 home runs, 25 RBI, and a .278/.363/.540 slash line.
He is only owed about $500,000 for the rest of the season and he would be another rental as he is only signed through this season.
Here’s the name that you are probably looking for. The Home Run Derby champion Bryce Harper was an All Star this year but he has still had a down year for him, especially in the batting average department. He is hitting .219/.364/.476 with 25 home runs (which only trails Nolan Arenado for the lead in the NL) and 62 RBI.
He would obviously take the most to get in a trade but he could play either one of the corner outfield positions but he’d most likely play left field with Gerardo Parra moving to the bench. Like many of the others on this list, he is also a free agent at the end of the season.